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Can we consider music as a form of art? in what way?


  • Réponse publiée par: nelspas422

    Question: Can we consider music as a form of art? In what way?

    answer: Music is an art that, in one guise or another, permeates every human society.

    Explanation: Modern music is heard in a bewildering profusion of styles, many of them contemporary, others engendered in past eras.

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  • Réponse publiée par: jasminsexy
    Romeo and Juliet


    The development of the symphony Romeo and Juliet starts from 02:50 minutes up to 04:20 minutes.

    Descriptions  There is a full texture.The full orchestra plays the first subject in fortissimo keyPercussion instruments present in the orchestra can be heardA shortened motif is played  OrchestrationPizzicato cellos and double basses are presentHorns playing syncopated chords provide the accompanimentSolo wind accompaniments are featured as well

    For additional information regarding the tempo, refer to the following links:

    Definition of tempo

    Types of tempo

    What is a moderately slow tempo


  • Réponse publiée par: trizianichole20

    The selected musics were from different periods and composer. It also introduces another variety or type of music that will greatly be used as another example of the specific description. Music back then were categorized by the focus of every periods. Like for example, in Renaissance church had political power and had to limit the music choices for it was or it may had been unnecessary that time.

    Periods in Music:

    Renaissance(1400-1600)- most music were for the churchBaroque(1600-1750)- freedom from the church’s grasp; more musical freedomClassical(1750-1820)- elegance, nobility

    The selected musics and its description (via Melody; Tempo; Dynamics; Texture; Period)

    John Dowland Fine Knacks for Ladies- Simple/Tuneful; Slow; Mostly Soft; Monophonic; RenaissanceG.F. Handel Halleluia Chorus- Simple/Tuneful; Moderate; Mostly Soft; Homophonic; Baroque  L.V. Beethoven Symphony No.9, Op. 125, D Minor “Choral” Symphony No. 9-Complex; Fast; Mostly Loud; Polyphonic; Classical

    Click the links below for more topics like this:

    Describe the music of the classical period:

    Renaissance Music:

    Baroque music characteristics:


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